Immunobiology and Pathophysiology of Hodgkin Lymphomas

  • Professor Sibrandes Poppema

As a medical student at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, the author was intrigued to see a young man with Hodgkin Lymphoma, a lymphoid cancer that is characterized by large multinucleated tumor cells and a prominent inflammatory infiltrate. 

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Digital Citizenship during a Global Pandemic: Moving Beyond Digital Literacy

  • Associate Professor Dr Malissa Maria Mahmud

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "The purpose of life, after all, is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for a newer and richer experience." 

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Silver Market- The Portrayal of Older People in Media Advertising

  • Associate Professor Dr. Izian Idris

Despite the growing number, older adults are constantly being overlooked as consumers in marketing campaigns. 

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Action in Accounting Research

  • Professor Dr Susela Devi K Suppiah

The COVID-19 pandemic provides unmistakable evidence of the current tempest sweeping the face of the earth that has resulted in humanity’s foundations being rocked.

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Sunway University’s School of Mathematical Sciences Embarks on a Game-changing Study

  • Emeritus Professor Dr Teo Kok Lay

A team of four researchers from the School of Mathematical Sciences, led by John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor, Professor Teo Kok Lay, has been awarded the prestigious Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) by the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) in 2021. The three other collaborators are Dr Cheong Huey Tyng, Dr Lai Kee Huong, and Dr Lee Mok Siang. The secured grant, amounting to RM 135,000, proposes a novel computational study of constrained optimal problems with discrete valued control.

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Thai-Western Mobilities and Migration: Intimacy within Cross-Border Connections

  • Associate Professor Dr Alexander Trupp

Published by Routledge in the ‘Research in Ethnic and Migration Studies’ this book discusses mobilities and migration of Thais and Westerners, particularly in the contexts of marriage and retirement migration as well as presents fresh perspectives on the intersecting terrain of tourism and migration.

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Sunway Plays Host to the 3rd International Tourism and Retail Service Management Conference (TRMC 2021)

  • Evelyn Loh Geok Yan

The School of Hospitality and Service Management’s (SHSM) first virtual conference saw participation from more than 20 countries globally. 

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KL Sing Song: Alternative Voices in the Kuala Lumpur Singer Songwriter Circuit (2000–2009)

  • Mohd Azmyl Md Yusof @ Azmyl Yunor

This paper charts the emergence of the Kuala Lumpur (KL) singer-songwriter circuit through the annual singer-songwriter showcase, KL Sing Song. The showcase, which ended its run in its sixth instalment (from 2005 to 2009) serves as a case study for the fostering of communal spirit amongst independent arts practitioners. 

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A Changing Education Imperative - Learning Furniture Design Online

  • Dr Nicole Fu Chew Xiang

The emerging transition from face-to-face to online learning in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic has not hindered the goal of learning. Instead, alternatives have been sought to allow students, especially disadvantaged students, to realize e-learning more effectively.

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Ways to Safeguard Our Cultural Heritage

  • Dr Fiona Wong E Chiong

A designer turned educator shares three things that could potentially safeguard our cultural heritage.

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